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i'm dan noyes. a doggie cam catches a pet sitner a compromising position. >> in berkeley, city officials are warning of measles exposure at the berkeley bowl. >> the american known as the american taliban will be released from prison. reaction at the islamic center where john walker lindh once worshipped. >> i'm amanda del castillo. another instagramable ice cream shop popped up in san jose. fro abc7. >> a serious he had the alert tonight for shoppers in the east bay. if you visited the berkeley bowl on oregon street last week, you may have been exposed to measles. >> unser hasan joins us with the
latest details. >> reporter: good evening. berkeley city officials say the berkeley bowl is no longer at risk. if anyone was exposed can take up to 21 days. >> they show any symptoms. that's the concern for health officials. this is couple made a special trip to the berkeley bowl after learning of the measles case. >> she checked her credit card receipt to see that she was here that day and she came to see what time. >> reporter: the infected person sthoped late in the afternoon. the family may not have been exposed but still concerned especially for their daughter. >> it's scary to realize at our grocery store someone was walking around with measles. >> the person is not contagious at this point. >> reporter: dr. fernandez says a local doctor notified the city his patient was infected with measles. their investigation determined only berkeley bowl was at risk for exposure.
>> we've identified everyone that was at risk. >> reporter: dr. fernandez says the virus is easily transmitted and extremely con takenious. it can affect up to 90% of not vaccinated. the first stage symptoms are runny nose, red eyes, cough and fever followed by a rash. the cdc says if you were exposed to consult your doctor. the city is telling people who shopped here may 7th to keep an eye out for symptoms till may 28th. hu . >> to learn more about the measles and how the disease is spread, go to abc7news.com. >> happening now, pg&e crews are working to restore ma after a tree fell on a power line which damaged several cars. our exclusive sky map you the scene between green and ward street. no one was hurt.
new at 11:00, a san francisco soccer club honored a high school student who survived a crash that killed three siblings. villareal was presented with a currently in the face of adversity award. three of his siblings died in february when involved in a crash while on their way to visit their father in the hospital. >> a high school coach and security guard who once worked for the 49ers is being credited with possibly preventing a school shooting in pors land, oregon. a student brought a gun to park rose high school and disarmed by keenan loh. he was an offensive analyst for the 49ers in 2016. no one was hurt. >> theownshe ameca taliban iso nexthnalad nio headlines you may remember now nearly 20 years ago and it is sparking more debate.
reporter liz kreutz has the latest on his release. >> john walker lindh's journey began in marin county but took him to the middle east and eventually to prison. some are saying his release is too soon. >> at the islamic center, worshippers still remember john walker lindh. >> he was always calm. he was a secretive person but we didn't see any violence. >> reporter: lind was 16 then living in san and selma. the man known as the american taliban will be released from prison after serving 1 years of his 20-year sentence. >> i was a student in pakistan. >> reporter: that's lynn in his own words after his 2001 capture in afghanistan. he said he traveled to the middle east on a milligramage. in 2002, lind was convicted on terrorism charges. his early release now smoking debate. parents of slain cia officer
mike span calling it disturbing news saying the man thblame for their sun's death is still a threat. richard shelby said he too believes he should serve his full sentence. for lipped's family, a relief. his father saying lind was simple mr. he a scapegoat for a grieving post 9/11 country. >> he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. it's not fair to say he went to afghanistan in order to wage war against his own country. >> reporter: and lipped will be released on thursday from a prison in indiana under three years supervision. we do not know if he will be returning to the bay area. liz kreutz, abc7 us? all right. it is bay to breakers this weekend. the tradition takes place sunday morning. street closures start for you on tomorrow night. so should runners prepare for rain? let's check in with sandhya patel. >> let's look at the bay to
breakers forecast. 6:00 a.m., cloudy and cool. 51 degree. 8:00 a.m. showers and it will be wet around 10:00 a.m. i think they're brave enough to handle the cool wet weather. a look at the storm that's going to bring the weather is a light level one system. a weak atmospheric river and it will soak us. what part of the weekend will be the wettest? i'll have the hour by hour timeline. >> keep track of the weather conditions where you live. get updates from our weather team and monitor live doppler 7 on the go when you wish. >> get ready for your instagram feed to be flooded with puffal cones. the treat is making its delashs debut in the south bay this dt looks? amanda del castillo went to cauldron ice cream in find out. >> reporter: clear your phone's memory and make way for this photo op.
cauldron ice cream is setting up shop. the owner and her crew of 22 are making instagramable ice cream roses nestled in hong kong style egg waffles. >> we have the original red velvet and churro. >> each cooked to perfection. >> crunchy inside and soft inside texture. >> reporter: 14 ice cream flavors all made to order. crews use liquid nitrogen to make it happen. >> she was snapping all the pictures. i just like to eat you? but it's all about the visuals. even the drinksing are camera ready. quick tips, expect a line. when you get your order, pick a favorite wall as a backdrop and snap away. then click out of instagram and enjoy your ice cream. >> at the blows my mind of combining the with the egg puff of fascination. in san jose, abc7 news.
that looks cool. a dog walker caught on camera doing things other than walking dogs. what she had to say when dan noyes and the iteam track her down. >> still stinging over the 49ers loss in super bowl xlvii? one player says blame beyonce. >> all that's coming up. first a look what's ahead on jimmy kimmel right after abc7 news at 11:00. >> you're going to love everything about us tonight. you told me when i asked you to do this, you started to cry. is that true. >> i really did. i was show shocked you didn't ask queen latifah first.
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just checking. you knew that there was a security camera there. >> i did. >> a south bay pet sitter caught on camera getting romantic in a customer's home after being hired through a popular dog walking app. >> and the story provides some tips in this gig economy if you use phone apps for food delivery, personal shopping, dog walking. > iteam reporter dan noyes is here with one customer's nightmare. >> the company in question tells me they do thorough background chicks on the dog walkers and sitters who are independent contractors. the reported conduct in this case is unacceptable. >> rosie brown has two rambunctious little dogs when she headed out of town three weeks ago, she turned to an app to get a certified pet sitter. >> rosie met 26-year-old wag dog walker casey bring. >> she had he 210 five-star
resprupz i'm thinking this is great. >> reporter: they agreed on 4 1/2 days of sitting it for $318 and discussed the doggie cam on kitchen counter. on the day of the wedding, rosie received an alert from the camera. >> it showed a man in our house, someone i wasn't expecting. i opened it up and that's when i saw she was there with a man in our house and they were going straight for the bedroom. >> reporter: it shows casey's boyfriend at the apartment on several occasions at one point locking the dogs outside the master bedroom, on another going from the master to the guest's bedroom. krasy bringal finally agreed to speak with me on camera. sex in both bedrooms. >> it's okay she believes that. that's not what was going on. >> reporter: casey's father and mother also visited even though the guidelines say at walkers sudden not allow any third parties into the home of the pet
parent. the camera caught her naked on the couch she saved for six months to buy. >> i don't like wearing clothes. >> to see that he video where she's naked sitting on it, laying on it, that was really hard because we just bought it. i don't lay down right there. >> really. >> it's affected the way you use your own couch. >> yeah, that's -- that used to be my favorite spot right in the middle. i don't touch it. >> she can't sit on her favorite spot because she has the image of you being naked on the same spot. do you understand that. >> i feel terrible about it. it was not something i did with intent or with malice. >> reporter: she tells me rosie allowed her boyfriend to come over for dinner on a previous job but she did not clear any visitors for this session. the camera also documented casey taking the dog out for one to five minute potty breaks, not the 30 or 60 minute walks usually ordered through the app.
it cause her cursing at daisy after the dog had been playing rough with penny. >> is that appropriate. >> flow, i agree that's not appropriate. i was frustrated not at her, at myself at other things. i had gotten in my fight with my mom and i agree it was not appropriate. >> after rosie brown complained to wag and i contacted the company, they suspended casey bringal and sent us a statement that reads in part the reported behavior in the situation is unacceptable and contrary to our community guidelines. we expect everyone on the platform to conduct themselves professionally. >> these are my dogs. i know how difficult it can be to find a good pet sitter. i contacted the better business bure. they tell me the company has had a rocky few months dealing with complaints. the bbb received complaints r complaints for walkers not showing up, keys, money or other items stolen and dogs getting loose. last month, the bure gave wag an
"f" for the way it addressed complaints, changed it to not rated while they worked with the company to help them improve their process. and this week, awarded wag an a plus for the progress they made. rosie brown still has questions how they supervise walk areas once they pass the background check. >> how do you know that a wag walker who has done 1,000 walks or 500 sitting sessions how they do on the 0 an 1 first session. >> the company responds pet parents ratings and feedback provide us au ongoing assessment of the provider's services and helps us to determine whether providers should be allowed to remain on the platform. wag is offering to pay for cleaning services and lock smith. be honest about your expectations and about your dog, reveal any problems your may have with aggression. meet the worker before you hire them and buy one of those doggie
cams. they really can hem. >> keeps everybody paying attention and doing the right thing. >> thank you. >> we need to get to the weather because the weekend is finally here. bay to breakers. >> is it the weekend? >> it is, dan. >> i lost track. >> surely. >> bay to breakers. sandhya patel is here with the forecast. >> dan and ama, the weekend is here. i have a stunning shot to show you of the moon. a live picture from our k gp o roof camera. no rain right now. got a nice time lapse tonight from our exploratorium for tomorrow night for the blue moon, it might be dicey especially with the storm coming in. live doppler 7 showinglouds right now. a look at the temperatures in the 40s, 50s. it will be a cool start. nove view from our east bay hills camera looking across the
bay into san francisco. next storm arrives tomorrow. scat scattered showers on sunday and more rain early next week. on our storm impact scale, this is a level 1. light to moderate rain. about a half inch to an inch for most areas. wind gusts up to you 35 miles an hour. 8:00 tomorrow a lot of cloud cover. you have to wait for the rain till about 10:00 a.m. it starts to spread. by noontime, it's pretty light till later in the afternoon when we start to see pocks of moderate rain indicated in the yellows. it's widespread at 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., still seeing downpours in the north bay and scattered in nature at 7:00 p.m. not everybody's going to see it. there's a possibility of a thunderstorm between tomorrow night and sunday. sunday we switch over to just scattered showers. 8:00 a.m. you'll notice the showers briefly heavy, 9:00 a.m. it's a weak atmospheric river that will bring us the rainfall. scattered light showers at noontime. you're actually going to be
seeing some sunshine on sunday mixed in with clouds and a few showers trailing mid to afternoon to early evening hours on sunday. your two-day rafe totals look like this, most of you in the half inch to inch category. there will be some spots in the north bay especially getting over an inch of and i. these are significant rainfall estimates for may. it's almost memorial day. 2:00 p.m. tomorrow to 5:00 p.m. to the sierra for witter witterr watch. make sure you have your chains if you're heading up there. temperatures tomorrow low 40s to low 50s. plenty of cloud cover tomorrow afternoon. a wet one. good day to stay inside. 63 san jose, 56 san francisco, 58 in san ha ta rosa, oakland. 62 in concord. level 1, wet and windy tomorrow. showers, breezy, slight chance
of thunder sunday. the next storm comes in monday night into tuesday. also a level one. we'll dry out wednesday, thursday, friday and warm it up just in time for that memorial day holiday weekend. dan and ama. >> very nice. >> thank you. blame beyonce? who would do that? who would do that? why the star is being it's no ordinary day at denny's it's crepe day. a family tradition we started about twenty-two minutes ago. and from the looks of it, this tradition is going to last awhile. denny's has new crepes! see you at denny's.
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don't tell the beehive about this. a former are 49ers player says beyonce may be to blame for the loss in the 2013 super bowl. ted gin spoke on an internet talk show this week. the power at the super bowl went out at the start of the third quarter. that was shortly after her halftime show. he said if beyonce hadn't knocked the power out, the game
wouldn't have slowed down and they would have won. >> okay. >> what do you think? >> well, i don't know what game ted was watching but the power out and gave the niners a chance to regroup. that fueled the furious comeback after the power outage. >> and the great beyonce music got them pumped up. >> we don't knock her around here. one bad period cost the sharks dearly tonight in
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the western conference final. only 35 seconds in, sharks turn it over. beats martin jones off a deflection. 1-0. jones under siege all period. final minutes of the first, bluesowerplay. this one goes off the skate of sharks defenseman justin braun. it's 2-0 blues after one. onto the second period, teemo meier empty net. misses like that one would be very big. third period, brett burns fires, hertl gets a stick on it. and the sharks are down 2-1. right in the game to the final minute. the sharks peppered rookie goalie jordan binnington but could not score. brett burns wide. sharks lose, series tied 2-2. they return to san jose for game five. peter deboer, how are you feeling. > how do you feel about the series right now at 2-2. >> you're in the western
conference final, 2-2. against really good team. i feel pretty good. we've got hope ice advantage. you know, i feel good. >> probably weren't good enough. but we battled. we felt like we sustained some attack for a while and came a little short but definitely room for improvement. >> game five sunday in the tank. giants and arizona, 77 degrees. roof open. beautiful night for baseball. jeff seminar jar scoreless till david peralta changes that, he's gone. 1-0 d'backs. bruce bowchy gotaased. 0-arizona was your final. >> stephen piscotty got the humanitarian award from the polish sports hall of fame. mark hannah can and does, goes deep for the second game in a row. pinder homered. frankie montes came within one batter of a complete game before
he was pulled. 7-2 the final. nba tonight, giannis and the bucks taking on the raptors. look at giannis throw it to himself off back board. they call him the greek freak for a reason. this game was never close. giannis goes for 30-17. bucks cruise, 125-103 and lead series two games to none. of course, warriors in portland
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[commentator] and now [ plcomes the decisive shot.] [ pleasant orchestral music ] looks good, looks good. [crowd gasps ] do you believe it? what can you say? [ crowd cheering ] [ pleasant orchestral music ] tom watson has taken the lead of the u.s. open. all right. the weekend is upon us. we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz.
thanks for joining us tonight this whole week. right now on "ji >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- live cast of "all in the family" and "the jeffersons," celeste barber, bladesports champion dan keffeler, and music from slipknot. and now, stay there -- jimmy kimmel! [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for coming. thank you for watching. thanks for the memories. that's very nice. and i needed that today, i tell you something. i'm glad we're together here on what was a bittersweet day as we mourn the passing and celebrate the life of a beloved entertainer. you probably heard this news today, but we learned today